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Debi L.


Cambridge, MA
Hometown: Woodmere, LI, NY

Member since:

February 11, 2010


If you could meet one deceased jazz musician, who would it be and what would you ask him/her?

Probably Thelonious Monk. I have to think about what I would ask him, I'll get back to you on that.

Are you a musician, and if so, what instrument do you play?

I'm not sure I'd go that far. I played violin and piano for many years; I play violin with friends from time to time. But I'd really like to learn to play the drums! And the oboe. But that's another story.

What is your favorite jazz venue in Boston?

I don't have a favorite venue, though I prefer the Regatta Bar to Sculler's, and often enjoy going to Ryle's. I'm looking forward to discovering new venues in Boston.

Who is your favorite Boston based jazz artist?

I couldn't say. I'll come back after a few meetups and update my answer!

What is your favorite jazz recording?

I can always listen to Bill Evans "Waltz for Debby" a few times in a row.


I love jazz, listen to Eric in the Evening on WGBH every night. I'd love to find other folks to hang out with, low key, in clubs, to concerts, etc. I'm really glad to find this group, jazz is the kind of thing you want to share with other people!

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